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Kasper Zülow

Brown and Grant (2005) FRAMING THE FRAMEWORKS: A REVIEW OF IT GOVERNANCE RESEARCH. Communications of the Association for Information Systems (Volume 15, 2005) 696-712

In their paper “Framing the Frameworks: A Review of IT Governance Research,” Brown and Grant provide a comprehensive review of IT governance frameworks. They analyze several prominent frameworks, including COBIT, ITIL, ISO 38500, and AS8015, and identify common themes and challenges across these frameworks.

The authors note that most IT governance frameworks focus on the alignment of IT with business objectives, the management of risks associated with IT, and the measurement of IT performance. They also identify several challenges facing organizations implementing IT governance frameworks, such as the complexity of IT systems and the difficulty of measuring IT value.

Brown and Grant argue that while IT governance frameworks can provide a useful starting point, organizations need to tailor them to their specific contexts and objectives. They also call for more empirical research on the effectiveness of IT governance frameworks, highlighting the need for studies that compare different frameworks and examine their impact on IT performance and business outcomes.

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